It is estimated that originally the circle consisted of about 60 stones. Today there are 23 of the remaining 34 stones still standing in the circle which is 27m across. In the area of the circle is evidence of a burial cairn, a kistvaen with a retaining circle and a double stone row. Scorhill is one of a group of seven circles that are aligned in a curve around the north eastern fringes of the moor.

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Title: Scorhill Stone Circle (Bronze Age)

Location: Chagford, Scorhill Down, Dartmoor, County Devon, England

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